1Q update: Georgia Tech 7, Clemson 0

Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich

CLEMSON, S.C. -- New coach, new quarterback, new offense, same result on the scoreboard here in Memorial Stadium.

Interim head coach Dabo Swinney and assistant Billy Napier are calling the plays, and it's definitely a new look. More players are involved, James Davis took a direct snap, and for the first time since 2005, somebody other than the quarterback made a passing attempt.

And it didn't turn out too well.

Receiver Tyler Grisham's lone passing attempt was intercepted by safety Dominique Reese and returned 34 yards for the Yellow Jackets' 7-0 lead. And Tech is winning the battle up front.

Derrick Morgan, who has arguably the most potential of the defensive linemen for a successful NFL career, easily pushed past right tackle Landon Walker and got a hand on quarterback Willy Korn as he was passing. The play resulted in the second interception of the first quarter.

Cullen Harper entered the game on Clemson's final possession because Korn has a shoulder injury and is being evaluated.